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article imageOld clip of Alex Jones accusing gov't of creating gays resurfaces

By Andrew Moran     Jan 22, 2013 in Politics
Austin - Since his interview with CNN host Piers Morgan earlier this month, radio show host Alex Jones has been under a microscope. An old clip of Jones accusing the government of creating gay people through juice boxes has resurfaced.
Jones claims that he has government documents that confirm the federal government is engineering gay people with chemicals found in juice boxes, according to an old 2010 clip that has made its way onto news outlets such as the Huffington Post.
The 1:14 YouTube video has Jones beginning to tell his viewers:
“The reason there’s so many gay people now is because it’s a chemical warfare operation. I have the government documents where they say they’re encouraging homosexuality with chemicals so that people don't have children.”
He also demonstrates cutting open a juice box that contains a plastic membrane that Jones says is filled with such chemicals. Jones then claims that after children drink the juice they’ll want to go out and have a baby, plant a garden with roses and put on makeup.
Jones is also worried about MSG in Kettle Chips and the fluoride in spring water. Although there hasn’t been any reports claiming the United States government, or any government around the world for that matter, is engineering homosexuals, there are many concerns over MSG and fluoride.
For quite some time, Jones has purported many conceptions and theories that the average person and mainstream media would dismiss has quackery. Nonetheless, more of these stories are expected to be reported on in the future as Jones will be under a microscope for a long period of time.
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